Looking for Wall-E pictures I came across THIS post and I have to say I agree. (I like the Wall-E comparisons, the matrix quotes not so much). Anyway, I decided this wasn't the place for me. Fourth gym I've tried since moving to AZ and fourth gym I've hated since moving to AZ.
So I headed home deflated but still needing to run and I decided to stall some more check out some running blogs real quick before I jumped on my own treadmill minus blasted TV in my face and I saw Jamoosh's post about the "Equalizer". So I began reading, reading reading..blah blah blah (I mean this in a nice way Jamoosh) and then there it was...THAT'S YOUR PROBLEM! It couldn't have been more clear if he reached through his computer and slapped me in the face. Jamoosh's post was about how he had just had some awesome runs and if others hadn't then it's basically our own fault. He's right.
**It's my problem if I feel alone in a crowded room. I can go talk to someone.
**It's my problem if I don't get my running done. I have two feet just put one in front of the other, just cause I don't like the gym I can come up with plenty of other options.
**It's my problem if I don't "train hard" Just because everyone else is slow poking doing the zombie workout doesn't mean I have to. If everyone else jumped off a cliff would you? Okay maybe.
Anyway, thanks for the heartless unsympathetic motivation Jamoosh. I got on my treadmill and cranked out 6 Mean Deans, then did the Hard Core club workout and when I finished I felt strong and refreshed because I was physically drained and dripping with sweat. Make sense? I love to run.
P.S. Although I liked your post Jamoosh. I'm going to correct you on one thing---90 years ago women didn't earn the right to vote we just finally gained the right to vote which we earned long before that. But I know what you meant.